This is an image you don't see every day... This amazing photo of an embryonic dolphin was taken using a combination of three-dimensional ultrasound scans, computer graphics and tiny cameras. (image from the National Geographic Documentary “Extraordinary Animals in the Womb”)
This stained glass U.S. flag is located at the The Robert J. Dole Institute of Politics at the University of Kansas to memorialize the Americans killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Each piece of which was designed, fired and assembled in America. Two beams from One World Trade Center flank the flag and stand as they were when recovered. It is thought to be the largest stained glass American flag in the world.
Even NASA cannot explain it. It’s best to gaze in wonder at the sliding rocks on this dry lake bed in Death Valley National Park. Racetrack Playa is almost completely flat, 2.5 miles from north to south and 1.25 miles from east to west, and covered with cracked mud. The rocks, some weighing hundreds of pounds, slide across the sediment, leaving furrows in their wakes, but no one has actually witnessed it.
"Queen Elizabeth Oak" Queen Elizabeth's Oak Tree is in London's Greenwich Park. This ancient hollow tree was planted around the 12th Century. Elizabeth I once played around this tree watched by her parents Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Legend has it that the tree was also a lock-up for offenders.